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Old 06-08-2019, 05:27 PM   #1
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Is there anyway to avoid a state property tax when you live in with a $300,000 Motorhome?
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Old 06-08-2019, 05:38 PM   #2
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No. Not here anyway. Your coach is a vehicle and you have pay your county vehicle property tax at the same time that you renew your registration at DMV. DMV then forwards the tax money to the county of residence listed on the registration.
NC does not have a "state" property tax, only county and city property taxes.
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None here in WA on my $750,000 MH, but the almost 10% sales tax hurts.
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Yea, move to Florida.
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Old 06-08-2019, 07:32 PM   #5
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None here in WA on my $750,000 MH, but the almost 10% sales tax hurts.
Unless you register/live in the rta area. Then they get you big time. Every year.
Gotta pay for those choo choo trains.
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Yea, move to Florida.
Or Texas
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We live in TN and only paid sales tax when we bought the coach. I think we paid $12 title fee and my plates are only $80 a year.
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None here in WA on my $750,000 MH, but the almost 10% sales tax hurts.
I should have added that my yearly license fee is less than $130 for it.
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So for a $309k motor home how much is the property tax?
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No (personal) property taxes for vehicles in TN
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Or Ohio, license plate is $45 a year. Insurance is lower here too.
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So for a $309k motor home how much is the property tax?

In Connecticut- in excess of $8,000 per year. Glad we moved!-Paul
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Florida just renewed our tags and price including tax was just under $60 for our 40 ft DP
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Boondock in Arizona and pay cash for everything. They will never find you to collect
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